with some thoughts about symbolism and simplicity in art that reflect an emotion and an idea of spirituality

‘Vinko’s art is more than a metaphor for rebuilding and restoring life’
‘There are just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures’
‘Potent reminder that even the most broken things still possess beauty’
‘Simplicity is the greatest adornment of art’ Albrecht Durer
“The more simple we are, the more complete we become.” August Rodin
‘Vinko’s art make wounds visible, and in so doing to celebrate intransigence and fragility’
‘The simplest things are often the truest’
“The message is – Broken World Needs Healing”
‘The core of beauty is simplicity’ Paulo Coelho
‘Vinko’s art is forging a connection between your mind and your body’
‘Vinko’s art remind us to stay optimistic when things fall apart and to celebrate the flaws and missteps of life’
‘There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality’ Pablo Picasso
“Vinko reminds us that something can break and once repaired, it could be more beautiful and stronger at the broken places”
‘The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity’
‘Vinko uses his art as good metaphor for the journey we take towards healing’
‘The simple beauty of wood and voluptuousness of gold. Vinko’s artwork is reverberated by a profound pagan haughty, noble softening. A miracle from other spheres. It moves in the infinite silence like veiled sculpture, hidden in the eternal. Two very distant worlds that meet in the moment of a fleeting sparkle’
‘When we create harmony, and balance in our minds, we will find peace’
‘Vinko with his art is bringing comfort to all those who are suffering by offering pathways to spiritual hope, peace, and healing’
‘There is a certain majesty in simplicity which is far above all the quaintness of wit’
“’Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’ Leonardo da Vinci
‘Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance’ Coco Chanel
‘Simplicity and Repose are qualities that measure the true value of any work of art’
‘Simplicity is natures first step, and the last of art’
‘Art Of Healing blends the principles of beautiful craft, with modern research findings about how our bodies and minds respond to, and recover from, stress and trauma’
‘Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity’ Plato
“I’d rather love a million times and have my heart broken every time than hold a permanently empty heart forever.” H.C. Paye
‘When Vinko see things broken, he see an opportunity to create a message. The history of broken will shine as if celebrating that it is still existing even more beautifully’
‘Vinko’s art is an act of care’
‘The Art Of Healing” is all about gentleness, patience and kindness. It is also about connectedness with the environment, with people and importantly with yourself’
Vinko’s “The Art Of Healing” is a powerful metaphor representing a whole philosophy of life.
“The Art Of Healing” symbolises our very own inner journey and the metamorphosis we go through during recovery and the healing process.
We tend to hide our flaws, wounds, broken parts, as we are programmed to define with the negativity. But once we courageously accept the fact and embrace as they are, without adding any judgment and criticism, like lighting them up with gold, our old pain will become a shining unique form of art, which we will start cherishing. Our pain turns into love and we will become more compassionate to others too’
One of the “The Art Of Healing” principles is “Respect”. Respecting and cherishing the beauty of the present moment.
‘Once we tap into our own innate inner healer with the help of an attuned and empathetic witness, we no longer have to hide from our pain, but can use it as soil for new growth. Our character is built through the struggles and obstacles we go through in life, and our past does not define who we are’
“The artist’s sanctum is a sacred space where healing occurs. Pains are released, springing joy to life from infinity.” Henri Matisse
“’Nothing is more simple than greatness; indeed, to be simple is to be great’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
‘The world breaks everyone and afterward many are stronger in the broken places’
“Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful”
The philosophy behind “The Art Of Healing” can help teach us to reconnect to the lost parts of ourselves that were fragmented and broken during traumatic experiences, and emerge fully transformed. We would not even be who we are today without each and every life experience.
‘Simplicity is the by-product of a good idea’
‘Simplicity is the most difficult thing to secure in this world; it is the last limit of experience and the last effort of genius’ George Sand
With his art of healing, Vinko hope his message finds your inner light, gives you hope, and a desire to truly embrace your authentic self and why you are here now.
‘The broken part will never be diminished nor disguised, it remains as a scar but as a beautiful unique design that exists only one in the world”‘
‘Vinko’s ‘The Art Of Healing’ has a profound meaning and teaching to our attitude towards life’
‘As part of your inner healing journey, you can learn to embrace your deepest pain and vulnerability, putting these once broken pieces back together again, and reunite your mind, body and spirit’
‘If one’s life is simple, contentment has to come’ Dalai Lama
The Japanese people have developed a lifestyle that strips away the inessential things in their lives. It’s called minimalism. Japanese minimalist interiors exude a refined sensibility. They’re like a salve for the spirit, characterised by clean lines, understated detail and fine craftsmanship, they’re simple yet sophisticated – the epitome of elegance.
“In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity”
‘Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity’ Charles Mingus
‘Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful’